How do you avoid tolls on Google Maps?
Follow the simple steps below to avoid tolls on Google Maps: First, open the Google Maps app on your phone and search for your destination in the search bar. Go back to the navigation screen if not automatically taken back, and click Start Navigation. Note: Make sure Avoid Tolls is visible instead of Options.
Draw your walking or running route by double clicking on the map to set the starting point. Then click once for each of the points along the route you wish to create. You can change the view to map, satellite, hybrid or terrain view using the control on the top right corner of the Google route map.
- Hear voice navigation from your car speakers
- Turn on Bluetooth on your phone or tablet.
- Pair your phone or tablet to your car.
- Set the source for your car's audio system to Bluetooth.
- On your iPhone or iPad, open the Google Maps app .
- Tap Menu Settings Navigation settings.
- Turn on Play voice over Bluetooth.
- Type in the destination, if it shows up, tap it, otherwise, use the search option. Now tap the Car icon (navigation icon) from the bottom right corner just like in the case of Android, and choose the route you want to take. This was how to turn on Google Maps turn by turn voice navigation in iPhone.
- Select Run/Walk, Cycle, Drive, or Straight line to modify the way the map route is computed between marked points. Click and drag the last point marker to move point's location. The Google Pedometer will update with the new distance. Routes, distances, map zoom level, and map units can be saved or retrieved.
- Open Google Maps.
- In the bottom right, click Pegman . Then, drag Pegman to the area you want to explore.
- Unclick to drop Pegman on a blue line, blue dot, or orange dot on the map.
- When you're done, go to the top left and click Back .
- Streets with Street View imagery available are shown as blue lines on Google Maps. Google Street View displays panoramas of stitched images. Most photography is done by car, but some is done by trekker, tricycle, walking, boat, snowmobile, and underwater apparatus.
- Go to www.google.com/maps. Locate your house by typing its address into the search box and pressing Enter. Click on the small picture of your house that says Street View. Adjust Google Maps Street View by clicking the left and right arrows on the Street View image until you see your house.
- Although it is a common misconception that Google Earth images are real-time, they are not. There are, however, two ways to view nearly real-time satellite images on Google Earth. For three-hour old weather images, look for the Clouds layer, found under the new Weather layer folder.
Customize your route
- On your computer, open Google Maps.
- Click Directions .
- Click points on the map, type an address, or add a place name.
- Choose Options.
- Check the box next to "Tolls" or "Highways."
- You can drag the markers by doing:
- Open Google Maps and tap "Direction" icon:
- Select either "My location" or a point in the map:
- In the example, I selected a point in the map:
- Same step with destination:
- You touch wherever you want the point in the map:
- Tap the button to get the route:
- Make sure you're signed in - you can do so by clicking the Login button in the top-right corner. In the top left corner, next to the search box, click the menu icon to expand the menu. Click "Your Places", "Maps" and then click "Create Map" to edit your map. A new window will pop up.
- Tap the three vertical dots right of the search boxes.
- Select Route Options.
- Toggle on Avoid Tolls.
- To save your preference for avoiding tolls with Google Maps, toggle on Remember settings.
- Tap the back arrow to return to the map.
Updated: 2nd October 2019